About

I work on the intersections between Shakespeare, digital humanities, and performance studies. I’m also 1/3 of the Remixing the Humanities podcast team.

Education

Ph.D., Literature, Arizona State University, 2016

M.A., English, Clemson University, 2007

B.A., English, Virginia Tech, 2005

B.A., History, Virginia Tech, 2005

Publications

“Together, Apart: Liveness, Eventness, and Streaming Shakespearean Performance.” Shakespeare Bulletin 35.3, Fall 2017: 389-406.
“Young Turks or Corporate Clones? Constructing the (Young) User in the Shakespearean Attention Economy.” Co-authored with Courtney Lehmann. In The Shakespeare User: Creative and Critical Appropriation in the Twenty-First Century. Eds. Valerie M. Fazel and Louise Geddes. Palgrave, 2017: 63-79.
“Staying Relevant: Marketing Shakespearean Performance through Social Media.” Early Modern Studies After the Digital Turn. Eds. Laura Estill, Diane Jakacki, and Michael Ullyot. ACMRS, 2016: 345-368.
“Peeking Behind the Digital Curtains: Shakespeare Performance Institutions, Social Media, and Access.” Borrowers and Lenders 10.1, Spring/Summer 2016: 1-26.
“Social Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet, Social Media, and Performance.” Journal of Narrative Theory 41, Fall 2011: 401-420.

Upcoming Talks and Conferences

“Shakespeare and Cultural Appropriation,” Seminar Co-Leader, Shakespeare Association of America, Washington, D.C., April 2019.
“The Stories We’re Allowed to (Re)Tell: Adaptation, Fanfiction, Authority, and Risk,” Midwest Modern Language Association Conference, Kansas City, KS, November 2018.
“The Stories We’re Allowed to (Re)Tell: Adaptation, Fanfiction, Authority, and Risk,” Fan Studies Network North America Conference, Chicago, IL, October 2018.

Memberships

MLA, Shakespeare Association of America

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